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Is it Possible to Treat Crooked Teeth with Invisalign®?

Are you tired of living with crooked teeth? At Complete Dental, we field a lot of questions regarding how to handle crooked teeth as an adult. Afterall, wearing large metal braces to work and in social settings will make you feel self conscious. You don’t have to live the rest of your life hiding your smile because you don’t want to be embarrassed for a few years. The other alternative for Houston area residents is Invisalign®, put in place by the experts at Complete Dental.

 

Invisalign® will straighten your teeth without the noticeable wires and brackets you dread, using a series of clear, customized, removable appliances called aligners instead. Hardly anyone will even know that you’re straightening your teeth! Even better, they are removable for purposes of eating, good dental hygiene, and an occasional night out on the town. With traditional metal braces you would have to go the entire time without gum and chewy candy, as well as watch a movie without enjoying popcorn. Invisalign® straightens your teeth without forcing you to sacrifice your social life and favorite foods.

 

If you are wondering if Invisalign® can be used to straighten crooked teeth, the answer is yes! However, it isn’t for everyone. In order to know for sure if this will work for your specific case, it is best to come into our Houston dental office and have one of our experts look at your teeth, jaws, and overall mouth structure. For general questions about your dental options, you can fill out our online form. Please call us at (281) 449-1053 to set up an appointment to come in when it is convenient for you. Be sure to ask about our flexible payment options, including how self-pay patients can receive up to 30% off their visit.

 

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